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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 25, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta June THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Ifou can get a "Lot "-for your money'if you patronize firms advertizing on this page To Loan on First Mortgage Do you Avant some of Hf v Tlie agent of tlie c6mpany that has it will pur office for a few cmo in and' sec him; F.C. Lowes Co. Balmoral Blk Lethbridge HAIL INSURANCE Now is the time, lowest rates; best company, No Cash Required The Company we represent handled more Hail Insurance IE 1911 lann all other Companies in Canada combined. For full apply; R. V. Gibbons Co., Balmoral Block AGENTS CENTRAL CANADA INSURANCE CO. Ten Acres for Sale Eve acre Mocks, 215 and 216. Morning- side, subdivided into 96 lots One-quarter cash; balance terms. WHITE BOX 22, HERALD inside residential or T subdivision property see MITFORD COMPANY Money to Loan, Fire.and Life Insiuv ance arid Automobile Insurance Alberta Loan and Investment Co., Limited Revenue Producer 'consisting of 160 acres improved, 11 miles from Kanton; 7 miles from Parkland; new C. X. E. townsitc; 1 mile' from school and church. This level, free from stone; soil is heavy in oa.ts, in fine condition; 40 acres to he summer-fallowed. The crop AVill be Pfice Per Acre, TEHMS TO SUIT PURCHASER The Cascaden Land Co. Office M.cdon.ld Building SPLENDID BUILDING LOTS 2 lots on Cross St., (5th Ave. A. IST.) close to Kindergarten School. Price each; One-third cash, bala'nce 4 and 8 months. North Lethbridge Realty Co. PHONf BRIDGEND HAD A BIG CELEBRATION Over People Pre- Program of News Bridgend, Juno KHJO people gathered here on June 20 to celebrate SpotfB Day. As this was not a general holiday find the farm- era are. all very busy, just now, such a good attendance is evidence of the keen interest that was laken by every one in the events of" the day. Two special trains were run from Diamond City lo Klpp to take cai-c of the passengers from outside points The last special leaving Bridgend a.t 12.30 a.m. connecting with' the east- hound train'at Kipp, and at 1 a.m. (or Diamond City. Great interest was in thfl ball game played by Monarch, Cum-. >aks, and Bridgend teams for the j Bridgend silver cup. Monarch put it over Bridgend in the first game by a score of U to 10. The Cumbaks then played off with Monarch for the .cup. The Cunihacks had the best of the game from the start and won by a score of 'to S. The batteries were as follows: Bridgend: Cunning and Ward; Monarch, Stitt and Koss; Cumbaks, Dcnton and Clark. kindness in providing the music ,foi the day. The Ladies1 Aid_ had a stand 01 the grounds cream, lemon ade, were sold. Thej were kept busy too. They also serv ed dinrie-r and supper in the church night the Board of Trade dance in the Cooperative stores drew the crowd up Jiown. The hall was crowd ed1 and the music' provided by the Diamond City band was excellent. Everyone well pleased witli the first sports day at Bridgend and its splendid r success will moan attempt at a bigger and better day when the proper time comes next summer. Rev. C, P. Corcoran leaves on Sat- urday -for Barons "where Ive has charge of the Barons circuit. Air. Corcoran will be much, missed here as be was very popular among the young peo- ple: The miners -.yesterday presented him with a well'filled purse as a tok- en of their regard. The presentation was made Informally by cue mine superintendent. We wish Mr. Cor- coran well in Ms new mission. What about a post office? It seems 'nothing short of. disgraceful 'that R town this sixe should be left so long without adequate' 'postal facilities. The .questlpn of, establishing a post office here has been before the de- partment for months. The Board o Trade'have repeatedly urged the de pa-i tan en t to act. They have it at DISTRICT NEWS IfcOSEMEAD Rofienicad, Juno and Mrs Richard Mrs. Geo. We! spent Sunday a't fioicmead. Owing to the rnln on Friday las the ball game between Vallc; 'and Sundial was postponed until til following Sunday. Worth Woist and Elmer On- weri Sunday callers at Wheat Center, Messrs. Arcliambio and Orr ;have purchased a new Case'threshing rig from Ahihoney of Cannangiiy. Mrs. C. C. Collins spent the 'week end at Rosemead Richard Welst' is breaking for Mrs Hemphill. Don't miss the celebration at Rose mead the first. The Dramatic. Club will givo the three act drama "Border a play depleting life' on the western bordcr.-and is sure to pleaire you. Following is the cast of char- acters: Mary Lester............Beatrice On Polly Lester.........Blanche Sawdon Spriggiris..........Rose MOBBS Wlnona Indian........Mary Charter lack Ra-Jston...-..-----... .Elmer Orr loe Dempsey........Christ Gouphnor 'atrick McFaddle___-Henry Charte Mrv Lester..............William Orr lyrus MOBCS bidder...............'Edward Lowe 'barley Lester........ Dick Clements IKON SPRINGS The silver cup will he held by the-i ways "under consideration" or "gi Cumbaks uatil next year when they musjL defend It against the samt! teams. The cup is to become the property of the t-eam winning it for three successive seasons. The pony race which was run in three heats attracted considerable at- tention. entries were received for the race. .Master A. Anderson rode the winning pony. A., F. Cunning won easily in the j ing it immediate attention." In the meantime the 'town must suffer am people' put up with the inconven tence. -Something should be done "about it. John Delaney had visitors from tha country over the holiday. Diamond" City 'won the doubles from Bridgerid in. a -friendly game ol tennis on sports .day. For Diamond 100 and 220 "yards dash. Arthur Ben- son second in the 100 yards, ami W. Giillette, second in the 220 yards. In 'the girls' race Eliza McPherson got first prize and G. .Shaw second.] In the boys' race Jos. Tuff was first and W. Tryscinskl' second. Owing to the Inability ..of., the Dla- triond City football team to get over there was rib football .match._ The junior baseball team'was also disappointed in a junior team from Lekhbridge. The boys had done con- siderable work on their diamond and deserved more consideration at the hands of the. Lethbridge sports. They Avere- not even advised that the Leth; bridge-juniors would not'be able to come. The-Diamond City .band are to be congratulated on'the splendid music provided during the afternoon and ining. The Board of Trade are much indebted to ihera for their Mo: BricJgemi, and Thomas; .for Black and UeHart. Bridg- end won in the singles, player, Black defeating Morrison .-.and DeHart de- A. Flemming took advantage midn.igb.it. .special on sports day visit.friends in Cii> The. now school is way a-'l with the number of' men employ- ed it should ,1101 JJc- long before it will be completed? Mrs. D. Neven of' Monarch visited Mrs. Villineuve over the holiday. D. Scott left this week for Van- couver where he will spend his holi- days; St. Clair McGinnis'-Fcanve in yester- day from his homestea-d. The Lethbridge Collieries Co. will shortly ereot 45 'or 50 more cottages for the accommodation of the miners this fall. It, is expected, from 600 TOO men will be employed before September. WHEAT STAND IS FORTY INCHES GREAT AND PROMISING FIELDS ABOUND IN FERTILE COW- LEY-DISTRICT Cnwlcy, writer had the opportunity oi a spin'through the country yesterday. The appearance of ihe crops was a surprise. Since the raiii a week ago the grain has grown by hounds. There is enough moisture in tlie ground to assure a bumper crop, hut. with one more rain be-J HUNGER STRIKE RUINED HEALTH MRS. PANK HURST RELEASED FROM JAIL PHYSICAL WRECK STARVING London, .June Pankhurst, the militant suffragette leader, who was sentenced on May '2'2 at the-Oltl Bailey-sessions to nfive months' imprisonment, on .the charge Of conspiracy and inciting to malic- ious damage to released Iron Springs Is still up.and com- ng, even H1 we didn't get the rail- this year. Instead'we are get- ting better wagon roads, pond holes are being graded up, coulees graded and bridged in a scientific manner, so the, farmers'will no kick coming this "fall, in. bad roads for hauling bumper crops to the an hauling coal home for the winte Good government, good roads. AH Miss Edith Brown's frien were glad to welcome her back fro Toronto, where she had been on extended visit. As sh'e and Mr. Tennant 'were married upon her. a rival, Iron Springs will now be ht permanent home. The road inspector, .Mr. Ainswort' made 'a visit to lTonj 'Springs lai week. Mr. Fail-field, superititendent of tli experimental farm was a caller a Iron Springs last week. Mr, of the tron Spring mission, preached his first, sermon i Himtsville. school' house fast Sunda; Mr. pet-eMon is visiting in Let! bridge tills week.f One of our old timers and respec ed by all, Coe, passed away his residence, June 15. Third Ayenue Business lots block 14 Revenue Producing ASQUITH LINDSEY Keal Estate Financial Brokers DOMINION B100K. PHONE i1M, 1J10, 10W. The H. MACBETH AGENCY LOANS. FIRE-INSURANCE REAL ESTATE SHERLOCK BUILDING, LETHBRIDGC "An Old Eitlbllshed'FIrm of Good Repute." Eire Insurance Money to Loan Can'be.subdivided Acre lot. terms, into 12 building lots. 50 feet on London Road, Block E, The C. B. Bowman Agency ACADIA SLOCK. 11M. FEQM 5-17 THE MOVID FATAL Mftntretl, June Arbuth, who diictuTfed a HHe pointed him la charge of the shooting pal- lery of Dtminlon Ptrk Thursday, dfeH morning at the OenWal hos- pital. Arhwth took this'gnn Trom a ntM-ktmtn tkinfefnir It unionried and WM thot !n th? itQinich. GIRL STRIKERS ARE RIOTOUS Perth. Amber, N. ,f., June strikers, formerly employed by th-j Perth Amber Cigar Company, mado a demonstration at -the plant today, and! stones at members of the police" force who sought to ctreek their advance. The policemen were, bftdly cut about I he head and two girls .were.arrested. twcen now and the .crop would beat all records for this dis- trict! Mr. A. Routhillier has a field of about eighty acres of winter j which stands over forty 'inches [height and is beginning .to! head- This field is only.a. mile west. of town anil is a pretty sight aii.'r the past two bad years. Burton Robinson attended .'the ball liMd in the Rocky Mountain Satiator- torium hotel at Frank on Friday, evening. liisr. return lie immedi- ately loft for Calgary to spend a few days with the hoys in the military training camp there. .1. H. Goycr left last, night for Maclend to nMend his case against Knight of Lundbrrc'k. He wan ac- companied hy several witnesses. The ladies of CoW.ey are sparing no energy in preparing for nig fiar- j tlen festival to ho held on II. C. Mor- lawn on Thursday afternoon, and evening. The ball Irani have an invitation to play at Lundbreek on Friday part-4of a program at an icc-crcapi social held there. We wonder at Lmiri- j hrec'.c .iRkins; aficr the drubbing I'ow- Icy gave them a year ago at their i ice-cream social, bill never mind, i limy have Cowlny going up in tlie air, 1 and Cou'lry appears In be, afraid of bring ilcfftatcd, a.s Mtey arpn'i going- Mr. and Mrs. ('has. Moore, of l.itml- in Hatur- I dav. her health breaking down on account of( th-e Hunger strike which she and her imprisoned followers recently began. The other prisoners, includ- ing Mrs. Lawrence, ,one of the editors of "Votes for who was. sen- tenced at ihe same t time.. as Mrs. PankhursT, are being forcibly fed. J. L. Keefe was a caller to Leth bridge oh the ISth. Also Harr lines. O. D. Greeno and Bob Foster re turned from 'their homesteads on -Mon day last. R. L. Blake .had a horse badly cu !n a wire fence on Friday last. Miss Nellie Matson who was visit ng at the of Mr. and Mrsi R L. Blake the past week, left -for Spo kane last Wednesday.' Catholic, church was held at th; home of Mr. Mahan on Friday morn Ing, the 31st. John L. Keefe has an improvement on his house by' aid ing: and painting it. 0. T. Cousins wag a caller in our parts on Tuesday evening, Mrs. W'm. G. Kote.is improving af- ter .her illness. E. Trockatad was in. Warner Tues- day on Arthur Erickson down -from Stirling visiting his parents tor the week end. A. Seeley will move from the home- stead to Stirling on 'Monday. The wool from the sheep camps i-ajng hauled to New at pres- ent. Albert M-m'Sh, steward of the Allan liner Victorian, saved three men who had upset, in the river at Montreal, A Shipping Coal Property For lense. on a royalty basis. The property of the Alberta COB! Co., Ltd., situated 25 miles oast of Lethbridge and i'ive miles west of Taber, for lease on a basis of 45c per ton government royalty. This property contains acres; has 5000 tons develop- ed; has a complete equip- ment with capacity .of pro- viding and bundling 200 tons per day of lump coal. For particulars address, David Wilson 1003 Ramssen Building, Spokane Waihington SOLDIERS ON MARCH The 26'fh regiment, marching from London to Goderich, had a warm welcome ii! thn -'.'ntager, .anrf along the route. FOR SALE Car of choice OATS for immediate delivery Firm Landt 0. T. LATHROP ttlftorj Block PlrnM Choicest Land in British Columbia THE CALIFORNIA OF CANADA .SUCCESS cora'ei io the man who. through Into the future. acres for sale Will sell from 160 acres up. Price per.acre. per acre, ctshi annum at. ft per cent. We furafch you with surveys and Held notM quarter., section, given; by Gore Government land surveyors, Victoria, :B. G. Our land is perioually selected' acreage, and our price at the present time IB quite a tittle below any other handling large bodies of land in that, vicinity. The fact that we have sold some acres at retail on government reports and surveyors soil demonstrates the demand for this land. The T. H. Stagg Land Co. Boom 1-fi Johnxon Blk. 323 5th St. S. Upstairs GOOD INVESTMENTS 4 corner lots on 3rd cash, balance in 4, S and 1 2months lots on 6th Avenue 3 lots, 2 blocks from new poet office site. each. Good terms. 1 .Half spction three and- one-half, miles from townsite, Vn burn line, only per acre, at leLst J2.50 under market value. 'At Weber-Huff Investment Co. it, ALK'MTA A Relinquishment Right On 320 acre hoiheiteid for trade; milw trom town. 'All' good land. Apply Alberta-British Columbia Land Co. Ltd. 7t1 L. KIM1ALL, EASY JUSTICE IN MONTREAL Frederick round rillty.'.of eating Margaret Burney -to deatb Ith a curtain pole while in a drunk- got off with a six months' sentence in 'the Montreal jail. Snap for Quick Sale 20 acres, part of L, S. D. 12, N.E.' 1-4 30-8-20, w. 4th, situated only three miles of City, at >150.00 per acre, on very easy terms. Apply 203 Farmer Building A. E. M...PAGET Public .Accountant Winnipeg. Mm. Special Buys in Small Lots Buys 4 lots, Parkdale, good buiMisg. on same, prloe .11200.00 Buys .2 corner lots, Parkdals price r IJH.OO .ysoo.oo Burs 2 lots. Block 24. Duff Addition, price each ....MOO Buys price. Improved Farm B20 Acres. 10 miles from Ulhbrldge, I mllo from Wilson Siding 330 acres in bar-ley. Price l.Jood ternra. W.McD TAH Raymond, .1J450.00 fine 7th Ave HOUSES TO RENT TO South. I1300.SC The Dowsley Molherb Land Co. Sherlock 7th Street ;